New Cannabis Dispensary License Applications In Rhode Island


According to the Providence Journal Report, the business regulation department had announced that it would begin accepting applications on July 17. The applications will be for six new dispensary licenses. New outlets will triple the number of retail outlets in the state. Rhode ... Read More

U.S. House Endorses MJ Program Protection from DOJ


Marijuana programs under legal state laws have experienced interference from the justice department. An amendment that would prevent such interference got passed by the U.S. House for the second year in a row. This was to protect all state-legal recreational and medical cannabis programs. ... Read More

Curaleaf Plans For New Bordentown NJ Marijuana Dispensary


Curaleaf, a major medical marijuana company, is looking to expand. The company wants to open marijuana dispensaries in Bordentown Township. Curaleaf is a national dispensary and, after a recent M&A, the world’s largest medical cannabis company.  Curaleaf already has dispensa ... Read More

Why is the Word “Cannabis” Okay but “Marijuana” Isn’t?


Pot, weed, ganja, grass, dope, reefer and MaryJane refer to the drug cannabis. But, the most common word is “Marijuana” or “Marihuana” which is of Mexican-Spanish origin. But, in the early 19th century, the term “hemp” was replaced with “cannabis.”  Cannabis then b ... Read More

Oklahoma Puts Halt On Marijuana Regulations


Oklahoma State is one of the most efficient when it comes to implementing medical cannabis law. Back on June 26, 2018, the voters in Oklahoma legalized medical marijuana by voting on State Question 788.  Two months later, Oklahoma’s health department began receiving applications fr ... Read More

Maine to Legalize Recreational Marijuana By Year-End


In 1913, Marijuana was illegal in Maine, but in 1976, the possession of small amounts became decriminalized. Recently, the recreational use of Marijuana became decriminalized in a broader scope.  This happened first in Maine's metropolitan cities, Portland, in 2013, and South Portland in ... Read More

Florida takes MMJ Case to Supreme Court


The case Florida Dept. of Health versus Florigrown LLC, and others, has made the news.  The case stated how the Florida Medical Marijuana statutory licensing procedures may be unconstitutional. The Florigrown case was first filed in Leon County Circuit Court. The outcome of ... Read More

Curaleaf Grows Again With Grassroots M&A


More states are embracing the use of cannabis and for that reason, significant marijuana mergers and acquisitions are happening. Big Cannabis companies are expanding across states, and in some cases, strategically acquiring grow-operations and retail dispensary chains. Some of these co ... Read More

Patient Centric Granted Medical License In MA


What do you think of when you visualize Martha’s Vineyard? Wineries, mansions, celebrities, and beautiful beaches. But probably not medical marijuana.  That’s changed as the Cannabis Control Commission has approved Patient Centric with a new business license.  The Martha ... Read More

Recreational Vote Inspires Infrastructure Plans In NJ


New Jersey residents are anticipating the victory of recreational legalization. The voting is in November 2020. To meet the expected future demand, cannabis companies in the state are preparing. They are investing in cultivation build-outs and other infrastructure. This is so they can mee ... Read More

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